35mm is the common format of analog film. In fact, until digital projection superseded it, 35mm was the only motion picture format that could be played in almost any cinema in the world. The standard image exposure length on 35mm is four perforations per frame along both edges, resulting in 16 frames per foot of film.
925 sterling silver, harvested from film processing at Cinelab UK
Not only is our silver upcycled from its special origins, but so too is the packaging! All of our Film Firsts jewellery will come encased in an original 16mm film can, for another cinema keepsake. This repurposed, sheet metal tin would have been holding real film stock from a production shot within the last year.